Reducing corruption’s impact on natural resources – How does a gender lens help?
January 09, 2020
Rachel Kramer, Deputy Chief of Party, Targeting Natural Resource Corruption, WWF-US
Elizabeth Hart, Chief of Party, Targeting Natural Resource Corruption, WWF-US
Nathalie Simoneau, Lead Specialist, Gender and Social Inclusion, WWF-US
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Reducing the threats that corruption poses to natural resources involves reducing opportunities for corrupt actions, increasing the likelihood of detecting them, and strengthening accountability when they are detected. Better understanding the relationships among gender, corruption, NRM and conservation adds important depth and definition to the “who, what, how and why” of reforms and programs to address these threats. Asking the right questions at the program or policy design stage and following the basic principles outlined in this paper can help to achieve these objectives.